The most effective feedback provides learners with an opportunity to take on board the feedback and respond to feedback. Teachers should then provide further feedback after learners have attempted a solution.
- In the example above, a specific task was given as a wish in order to help the student bridge the gap
- The student completed the task next to the blue sticker.
- In the student response box a peer explained whether the wish had been met.
- The teacher briefly checked the feedback.